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THE WAR. On the 1st of August the Russians retired from Bucharest, after having broken up the road between that city and Kalu- gereny. They arc marching to Moldavia. Prince Gortscha- kuif exolained this movement to the Boyards, on the 31st ult., as caused from strategic motives. Omer Pasha has sent a message to Bucharest, requiring lodging and provisions for 12,000 men inside the city, and rations for 20,000 outside the walls. Before leaving Bucharest Prince Gortschakoff assembled the Boyards, and thanked them for tho manner in which they had. treated the Russian, troops during their stay in Bucharest. The General added, that strategic reason induced him to quit the city, but that it was not improbable he might return at an early period. Kantacuneno has been appointed provisional governor. The Turks are at Kalugereni. Omar Pach, Marshal St. Arnaud, and Lord Raglan are expected at Bucharest. Bucharest is tranquil. JASSY, JULY 31.âPrince Gortschakoff has empowered Gene/ Osten-Sacken to dismiss all the Moldavian ministers and officials, and appoint others. ODESSA, JULY 31.-The combined fleets appeared yester- day off Sebastopol with a number of transports. This is authentic. BUCHAREST, AUG. 2.âThe Russians hold a position on the Jolomnitza. The Turks remain on the right bank of the Argisch. Omar Pach awaits reinforcements before enter- ing Bucharest. The President of the Frankfort Diet will shortly order the mobilisation of the federal contingents. It is reported that Bavarian auxiliary troops will replace such Austrian troops as may be withdrawn from Italy. Advices from Constantinople of the 27th ult. announce that 14 vessels and transports, with 15,000 men, sailed from Baltshik on the 21st, steering for the Crimea. The Wladimir, Russian cruiser, near the Bosphorus, chased the Cyclops, which escaped. The cholera is at Varna. Advices from Jassy, of the 2nd, state that several Russian regiments are retiring behind the Pruth. Philo-Russo journals at Jassy confirm this fact. It is believed that Austria will simply notify to Russia her intentions, and then enter Moldavia. The Berlingske Journal publishes a telegraphic despatch from Swenska, announcing that on the 2d August l2 ships of war made sail for the Aland Islands, and on the 3d August, after a cannonade of seven hours, the French troops occupied Aland.

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